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The five must-read posts from today, on Phil Woolas’s anti-immigration leaflet and Vince Cable’s qua
“I’m tempted to comment, but I think I’d better not.”
“How that budget is funded is a conversation that is constantly ongoing with the Treasury.”
Making an association between the flood and the war on terror distracts attention from the disaster.
The ex-Aston Villa boss should have done better.
The cost of hospital building will put huge pressure on the NHS at the worst possible time.
The ten must-read pieces from this morning’s papers.
The five must-read posts from today, with international aid and the most influential lefties.
20 ideas to change the world | Chaos of Cameronism | Mad Men’s no model for women.
Former justice secretary says that David Miliband has the “strength and depth” to lead the Labour Pa
The five must-read blogs from today, including Nimby cuts, the hidden expense of IDS’s plan and the
Mobile start-up promises advertising revolution.
There are too many warning signs for the coalition to dismiss fears of another downturn.
Who knows about classics and the Bible these days?
The most absurd legal case of the year?
After eight years in Guantanamo, the last western “enemy combatant” faces a deeply flawed trial.
Taken as a whole, the coalition’s proposals amount to some seriously joined-up thinking.
The five must-read blogs from today, including class, welfare reform and David Laws.
Cameron’s pet project is an insidious attempt to undermine common liberty.
Four reasons why the No campaign is now likely to win next year’s referendum.
The furore over cloned meat shows how alienated man is from the natural world.
Where will the savings go? And what about the £40bn lost to tax avoidance?
The five must-read blogs from today, on right-wing think tanks, a graduate tax and nuclear power.
Conservative support falls as new poll shows Labour is likely to take back power from SNP.
Iranian TV goes green, Sudan suspends the BBC and Clint asks George for a favour.
Vince Cable, Business Secretary, says “well below 50-50”; the Treasury says one in five.
matthew...for God's sake stop reading them....you know you can't handle them!